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An Aluminium Fuel Cell – Why Is UK government Blocking It?

Update: at the end of the video where the video audio becomes mysteriously corrupted as the converstaion turned to the advice from the business advisor’s that he went to see.

The statement that he got from these financiers was that the UK government will only support “electrically rechargeable” batteries. Meaning, “only that can be charged with nuclear power” imo

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Metalectrique fuel cell

Ex-Navy Nuclear Engineer Trevor Jackson has developed a highly energy dense aluminium fuel cell. Why will the government not support bringing it to market?


May 3, 2013 - Posted by | Uncategorized


  1. The reactions of the governments involved is bizarre.

    This engineer should start making & selling fuel cells for custom electric car conversions. When the performance starts to be publicized, consumer demand would be high enough to get this tech into widespread production.

    On thought: It would be very beneficial to identify the people behind-the-scenes trying to stop this tech.

    Comment by RayB | May 4, 2013 | Reply

  2. why should i act so suprised

    if it cannot kill or mame or make themselves rich, governments are not interested!!!

    to me MP’s are jst as bad as drug dealers, mind at least you can get high and enjoyment from drugs!!

    Comment by Dennis Wirral UK | May 4, 2013 | Reply

  3. Tax, tax tax, eventually this device would ruin the worlds economy which is oil based. Imagine if you could fly without wings and take off from your backyard, this device takes that a step closer

    Comment by mona | May 4, 2013 | Reply

  4. Given the published specs for powering an EV, this fuel cell would indeed change the oil paradigm and usher in the age of the EV. That alone should make bringing this to market this most important thing we could do for the planet. We could cut car-based pollution to NOTHING.

    Comment by Jeff Peterson | May 5, 2013 | Reply

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  6. The PTB will block any energy device that is efficient enough to challenge the fossil fuel based systems. The petrodollar must survive for a while longer. Freedom from the big utility companies is achievable, just think back to how people lived before the industrial revolution.

    Comment by John Aspray | May 6, 2013 | Reply

  7. use kickstarter..

    Comment by j p | May 7, 2013 | Reply

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  10. The government won’t support anything that doesn’t have a way of making money, either for them personally or as a tax cow. They go for Solar and Wind because they have a vested interest probably and it also means that because neither of these produce enough energy they can build more and ruin the countryside but it also means that the power has to be provided through conventional means and therefore their investments are safe. it’s always a case of “follow the money”. The wheel will turn, I wish I could have a fuel cell power unit in my house in Spain but I can’t afford it unless someone wants me to be a guinea pig. I thing FC technology is the best way forward and have done since 1996 when I first learned about it. Interestingly Mr Jackson I trained you when I was a PTI in the Royal Navy at Fisgard and again at Royal Arthur. Well done in producing the product I wish I could help you with sponsorship.

    Comment by Paul Bell | November 21, 2014 | Reply

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